Register for an acctivity at the Club's monthly meeting or by contacting the Leader directly

  The Calendar is updated regularly however always check with the Leader to confirm arrangements

  A complete description of and information about the activity is provided at the Club meeting prior to the activity

  It is your responsibility to ensure that you are fit enough for the activity. 

We have a grading system but even so, what can be an easy walk for one person may be quite strenuous for another.  MINIMUM REQUREMENT FOR CLUB WALKS:  Any new members not from another Bushwalking Club must first participate in a training walk up "The Mongrel" (Mount Cotton) prior to engaging in any of our Redland Bushwalkers Club walks, which are rated 3 or higher in difficulty.

  DW = Day Walk   BC = Base Camp   TW = Through Walk   AB = Abseiling    CYC = Bike Ride    
  SOC = Social    KAY = Kayaking    TR = Training






Short Under 10km per day.


Graded track or open terrain, no scrub.


Easy, suitable for beginners.


Medium 10-15km per day.


Off track, bush, minor scrub, rainforest, rock hopping, minor scrambling.


Medium, Reasonable fitness required.


Long 15-20 km per day.


As above + thick scrub. Major rock scrambling using hands.


As above + agility required.


Extra Long 20km+ per day.


As above + rope and technical ability required.


Hard strenuous, fit walkers only.

  KIT LISTS FOR WALKING   -   Day Walk Kit List   -   Through Walk Kit List


  As at 24 Feb  2020  
  DATE CLAIMER FOR 2021 : (August,  Friday 6th - Monday 9th 2021)  Moreton Island Camping.  Walking Weekend 4 days. Date claimer. More information early 2021.  Weekend has been booked with Alan Gennings at Blue Lagoon. Leader: Carmel Cash M: 0438 242 249 E:  


Sat 1st Feb - Bike Ride -  BR M4 4 - Cleveland to Victoria Point - We will meet at the toilets at the Fitzroy Street entrance to Henry Ziegenfusz Park, Cleveland at 7 am and start by cycling  along the road to avoid the park runners.  This will be a scenic, leisurely ride to Victoria Point with a combination of bike paths, board walks and back roads.  We will enjoy a coffee and cruise back the same way.  Allow 3 hours.  No need for a flash bike.  Bring some water. Plenty of parking if you want to bring your bike on car or you can cycle there.: Julie Cummings 0422 318 283 or Betty Murray 0408 129 24


Sun 2 Feb - AB - Abseil training at Kangaroo Point. This is a practice session for those people going to the Blue Mts. Others are welcome to attend and any new to abseiling may come along. Ropes and gear supplied for those who have none. Bring water morning tea, hat etc.

Meet at Kangaroo Point rotunda at 0700, finish mid to late morning. Contact Ted 0428753297 or Trevor 0411512202


Sun 2 Feb -DW M F4 T4 Albert River Circuit  O'Reillys. 18km circuit walk. Leave Redlands at 6am Contact Amanda Fichna 0401017941  


Sun 9th Feb - POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER - Stand Up paddle Board (SUP), Single Kayak and Double Kayak. Swim and Relax. No experience needed. Can even do it on your knees until you find your balance, we get a short how to lesson beforehand if needed. Can share and swap around boards and kayaks if you like. If you have your own SUP or Kayak or Surf board bring this along. On their website there are a couple of videos to watch for some pointers. Where: Currumbin Creek, Gold Coast. The Boatshed Bait and Tackle. 2 Thrower Dve, Currumbin. Meet at 7.30am. Aim to leave Redlands around 6am. I will leave it up to everyone to organise their own transport arrangements.  Limited parking at the premises, parking available on surrounding roads. There are public toilets nearby, facing the water to the left in Apex Park. Cost: $20.00 for SUP and single kayak.     $25 for double kayak: hire time  1.5hours. Bring: Togs/Sun shirt/Boardies, hat, sunscreen, towel, change of clothes, water, snacks/morning tea/lunch. There is a Café serving coffee/juices/ smoothies and snacks, there is a Fish/chip shop opposite and at the RSL a café. Alternative activities: If you don’t want to sail. The banks of the creek are shady and grassy and plenty of picnic tables. Sit and read or a short walk over Thrower Dve bridge onto the board walk and around to a sandy beach on the inlet and have a swim. We will go and have a swim here after a snack and coffee at the coffee shop. Contact Amanda Fichna 0401 017 941


Mon 10th Feb - Kayak - Nudgee and Nundah Creeks. This paddle will take advantage of the highest day time high tide of the year 2.73 (10:30) where we are able to cross over at the portage between the two creeks. Contact David Rae


Wed 12th Feb - Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start. Slideshow by Leah - 'My year with the Redland Bushwalkers 2019'.  Come along and see Leah's beautiful walks for the past 12 month in photos.  
  Sat 15th Feb - DW S T3 F3 Mt Cotton  - Russell de Leacy - 3206 6309 -  This walk is approx 6 km return and takes about two hours.  Suitable as an introductory walk for prospective new members or a training walk for members.  (There is the option to take the harder walk up Mongrel Hill). We will leave  from the Green Box at 7:00 am.  Plenty of parking on the opposite side of the road in a cleared gravel area in front of property No 712-730 West Mount Cotton Road, Sheldon.  Hiking poles are recommended as there are loose gravel spots.  After the walk we have coffee at the West Mount Cotton Nursery and Café,  For Directions and More information Click Here  

Feb 16th-24th - 8 nights:  Base Camp Blue Mountains;  2 Events  



This outing will entail a number of day walks around the Blue Mountains area, which may include Grand Canyon, National Pass, Prince Henry Cliff walk, Govetts Leap Cliff Top walk, Scenic World to Ruined Castle.  Accommodation will be in a house (probably in Katoomba). Dinner meals will be shared, with everyone cooking for the group at least once. This trip will coincide with a small group of abseilers who will be canyoning in the area.

Contact David Rae 0400 459 519



Abseil is being run in parallel to the day walks for the Blue Mountains base camp.  Abseils may include the following drops:  Empress Falls, Malaita Wall, Bores Hed, Grand Canyon, Juggler, Fortress Canyon.  Other drops may also be included depending on conditions.  Accommodation will be as per BC running in the area at the same time, as noted above in Event 1

Leaders for Abseil:  Ted Wassenberg 0428 753 297 David Rae 0400 459 519


Numbers are limited to a maximum of 8

A deposit will be required by October to secure your position  Contact David Rae 0400 459 519


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Sat  22h Feb DW M T5 F4 - Larapinta Falls Christmas Creek Lamington - Leader Mats Andersson 0423 718 811 email  

Sun 23rd Feb SURVEY M T5 F5 -   Byron Creek circuit survey, Mt Mee section of D'Aguilar NP. As I have not done this walk before, I have no idea what to expect except that it is about 9 km, about half along forestry roads and the other half along a creek, and includes two waterfalls. I have graded it for medium-good fitness and moderately tough terrain but no guaranteees.  If you fancy an adventure, sign up. Oh, and I do have a map and reasonable confidence we won't get too mislaid.  The start of the walk is about 1.5 hrs drive from Cleveland.  Contact Tracy at 0417 665 382.

  Tues 25th Feb DW S3 T3 F3 - Ford Road Conservation Area - 8 Kilometer walk along bike and fire trails. Morning tea at the Old Quarry where we can have a swim to cool down and just relax.  The conservation area lies north off Avalon Road and Ford Road.  There is parking at the Don & Christine Burnett reserve. Meet there aat 8:00 AM . Contact Russell De Leacy  3206 6309   
  MARCH 2020  
  Sun 1st Mar - DW M T5 F3 - Northbrook Gorge Walk/Swim.  Requires waterproof bag for your gear, good grippy soles on your shoes.  Northbrook Gorge is located in Brisbane Forest Park.  Leader:  Mats Andersson.  Email:  Phone: 0423 718 811  
  Mon 2nd Mar - DW S T1-3 F1-3 START YOUR WEEK WITH A WALK! Cafe la mer Carpark at Manly (near Wynnum/Manly Yacht Club - 570 Royal Esplanade Manly .  Cool, flat easy walk to get you going at the start of your week! This walk takes in the waterfront from Manly through to Wynnum ...maybe up to the bird hide at Wynnum North if we have time. Length of walk - approx 6kms return, duration 2 hours.  Meeting time and place - Cafe la mer carpark at 9:00AM.  Bring small day pack, water, hat, sunnies.  Social cuppa/lunch at cafe if you wish.  Leaders Laurel and Rob Santry - . Mobile 0438080157 Email/phone leaders if you are coming.  

Mon 2nd Mar - POSTPONED - DATE TBC - DW M, T3 F4 Enoggera Reservoir Circuit - This is a great walk through mostly canopied forest that skirts arond Enoggera Reservoir.  There are some steeper hills but most of the walk is easy.  Glimpses of the reservoir, lots of trees, the odd encounter with wildlife make for a very enjoyable walk. Length of walk 11-12 Kms (depending on who you talk to) return.  5 hours duration, includes morning tea and lunch stops.l Graded track or open terrain, no scrub, reasonable fitness required as there are some hills,   Meet at the information Centre (carpool), "Walk about Creek" (60 Mount Nebo Rd, the Gap, OLD 4061 at 9AM. Click here for infomration and map. Bring good walking boots, lunch, morning tea, poles if neeeded, hat plenty of water, togs/towel if you fancy a swim. Some Transport offered - if required please indicate to leaders.  Contact Laurel and Rob Santry email Mob 0438080157.   Information and Map:  
  Sun 8th Mar - FMR - Basic Navigation - Peter Rollings. To nominate email :  

Wed 11th Mar  Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  
  Sun 15 Mar DW M F4 T3 - Beach walk from Amity Point to Point Lookout, North Stradbroke Island.  This walk is about 12 km and totally flat except for the steps up to the pub at the end.  We will catch the 8:55am Stradbroke Ferries water taxi (not the Flyer) from Cleveland, then the 9:25am bus to Amity Point.  The walk takes about 3 hours.  We will lunch at the pub if we want, and catch the 2:00 pm bus back to the water taxi.  We will be back on the mainland about 3 PM.  Contact Tracy 0417 665 382  

Sun 22 Mar DW M T5 F4 - Day walk from Gap Creek Reserve, Mt. Coot-tha to Enoggera reservoir and return.  This is about 18 kms mainly fire trails and includes a circumnavigation of the Enoggera reservoir.  There are hills but it is not a difficult walk, and even incudes morning tea/early lunch at the Walkabout Creek Cafe.  Gap Creek Reserve is about one hour's drive from Clevelnd.  Contact Tracy 0417 665 382  

Sun 29 Mar SURVEY M T5 F5. Day Walk Neuram Creek Tributary, D'Aguilar NP (Mt Mee section). About 10km along tracks and creek.  Includes waterfalls and rock pools with potential for swims.  I haven't done this before so its a survey with all the usual possibilities of rough terrain, dodgy navigation etc.   However,, we shoudn't get lost.  The start is about 1.5hrs drive from Cleveland.  Contact Tracy 0417 665 382.  
  APRIL 2020  

Sun 5th Apr - FMR - Advanced Navigaton - Doug McDonald. To nominate email:  
  Wed 8th Apr Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  

Fri Apr 10-Sun Apr12 TW  M T5 F5 Basket Swamp -  Scrambling and rock-hopping involved.  Lots of opportunities for swimming.  Numbers limited due to size of camping areas.  Previoius through walking experience required. For more information see David's You Tube 

If conditions are not conducive for Basket Swamp (e.g. river too low) a basecamp in Sundown National Park at Broadwater Camping area is proposed as the backup plan from Friday 10th to Monday 13th .  As sites are limited here I have aleady booked site 13 which I can cancel closer to the time if Basket Swamp proceeds. Note (always good to have a backup plan!)

Contact David Rae

  Sun 19th Apr - FMR - First Aid Refresher - Tom Bor. To nominate email:  
  Sun 26 Apr DW S T5 F5 - Short day walk to Piper Comanche, Brisbane Forest Parak aka D'Aguilar NP. This is an old favourite that involves walking along a forestry road to The Log, hanging a right and heading along a ridge until we (hopefully) get to the spot to head down to the wreck of a Piper Comanche plane.  As it has become rather popular, there shoud be no scrungy growth to fight through like there has been in the past, but nothing is guaranteed.  The start of the walks is about 1.5 hrs drive from Cleveland.  Contact Tracy 0417 665 382.  

MAY 2020   
  Sun 10th May - FMR - Beginner's Abseil - Rob Manthey . To nominate email:  
  Wed 13th May Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  
  JUNE 2020  
  Sat 6th to Sun 7th Jun - FMR - Search and Rescue Training Weekend. To nominate email:  
  Wed 10th JuneClub Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  

JULY 2020  
  Sat 4th to Sun 5th July - FMR - Verticle Self Rescue Training Weekend. To nominate email:  
  Wed 8th July Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  
  AUGUST 2020  
  Wed 12th Aug Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  
  Sun 16th Aug - FMR -  Basic Navigation. To nominate email:  
  SEPTEMBER 2020  
  Sun 6th Sep - FMR - Operating an incorporated association in QLD. To nominate email:  
  Wed 9th Sep Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  

OCTOBER 2020  
  Wed 14th Oct Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  
  NOVEMBER  2020  

Fri 6th to Sun 8th Nov RBC Christmas Breakup 2020. Further details to follow  
  Wed 11th Nov Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start  
  DECEMBER 2020  












Wed 11th Mar  Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start
Wed 11th Mar  Club Meeting at The Lions Club Hall - Cleveland 7pm for 7.30pm start
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